Minnesota weather can bring anything from -50° wind chills in the bitter cold winter to 100° summer days. With an ever-changing weather system in the Twin Cities, there’s a lot to be thankful for insides our vehicles. To show our gratitude to the automotive industry, we thought we’d highlight some truly amazing vehicle tech options and innovations that we oftentimes take for granted. Below are the top 5 features we’re grateful for, no matter the season.
With 35 car brands in the United States and even more vehicles imported from all over the globe, the every day auto buyer has multiple choices when it comes to luxury and mainstream vehicles.
While most of these brands manufacture production cars, the differences between luxury and mainstream might not be clearly defined for someone who is in the market for a new vehicle. If there are luxury counterparts in the mainstream auto-world, what separates premium from standard everyday options, and how does a car buyer tell the difference?
Spring is just around the corner, even if the abundance of snow here in the Twin Cities makes that hard to believe. Here at Poquet Auto, we’re dreaming of road trips in our convertibles, and more than ready to welcome the warmer temperatures ahead.
To get your car ready for the warmer days ahead, it's important to make sure you have the right tires. Get to know why you may want to switch to all-season tires, how to take care of your tires, and spring car care tips for Minnesota’s ever-changing weather.
Is your car not getting very far before it dies? Do feels your car is decrepit and has lots of dents and dings? Are you using tape to keep it together? If you answered yes to these, it might be time to consider purchasing an up to date vehicle. Whether your car is a treasured friend or an enemy, here are five reasons when it’s time to say goodbye to the old, and hello to a brand new set of wheels!
Minnesota has two seasons, and everyone knows them—construction and winter. While winter brings its own set of stressors, we’re not out of the woods with highway construction. Safety first, so buckle up, because with frequent road closures and resulting traffic jams, we’re all in for one bumpy ride these next few years.